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role as lieutenant colombo and about the price of fame. the woman behind the scenes at i love lucy reveals on how they came up with some of those crazy situations for lucy. >> it's all up here, it's mental attitude. i learned a lot from this golden girl. >>> betty white tells the satisfactory of an aging guide dog too old to work but that still needed a sense of purpose. it's all comingup next on second look. good evening everybody i'm frank somerville. actor peter falk died this week. falk received five emmys and five oscar nominations. elane corral visited with faulk and talked to him about his career. >> reporter: we talked with the 60-year-old star in his mansion in the hollywood hills. where a parade of cars drove slowly. >> reporter: since we've been sitting here, all of these cars haven't stopped driving by your house. does it drive you crazy? >> it's kind of tough, you can't run out on your underwear and i like to swing a golf club. and i tell you it's hard to swung a golf club, because, excuse me. because people want a picture then they want an photograph. >> reporter: fau
little lucy, she's the 6-year-old girl who nearly lost her leg in a shark attack in north carolina just a week ago. we're going to talk to her and her parents and see how she's doing. she is so cute. >> she's adorable. >>> also ahead, answers to your diet and nutrition questions from staying fit when you're far from the gym to what kind of nuts are the healthiest. joy bauer is here with the 411. >>> plus, summer entertaining. if you think you can't afford to throw the party of your dreams, stay tuned because we have great party decorations that look expensive but you can get them on the cheap. we're going to show you our high/low version. see if you can tell the difference. >> i can't tell. >> play along. >> i know. you'll be surprised at how much more expensive one is than the other. >>> you have a check of the weather? >> i do. first, the cheap forecast. >> and then the expensive one. >> only $9.99. sunny skies up and down the west coast. a few clouds in the pacific northwest. slight risk of strong storms in northern new england and the northern plains. thunderstorms down through flor
doing this now. >>> and dangerous waters. the 6-year-old attacked by a shark. little lucy will join us and tell us her brave story of survival. >>> good morning, everyone. i wish you could have heard george's reaction when he saw little lucy. she is so sweet. we'll also talk to one of the teens attacked in the alaskan wilderness. what it's like to come face to face with a grizzly bear. >> what a story that is. eight feet tall, almost a thousand pounds but did live to tell about it. >>> but let's get right to that showdown over the debt ceiling. one week away, the stakes so high because if no deal is reached america stands to lose our aaa credit rating. some analysts have already concluded that some kind of downgrade is inevitable and could hit families with mortgage payments and lower 401(k)s, other big costs. jake tapper and jon karl have been tracking it. let's start with jake. >> reporter: last night aftete their primetime addresses, house speaker john boehner was overheard saying he didn't sign up to go mano a mano with the president of the united states after the president called
by a shark. little lucy will join us and tell us her brave story of survival. >>> good morning, everyone. i wish you could have heard george's reaction when he saw lo lucy. we'll talk to one of the teens attacked in the aalaskan wilderness. >> what a story that is. eight feet tall, almost a thousand pounds but did live to tell about it. >>> right to that showdown over the debt ceiling. one week away, the stakes so high because if n deal is reached america stands to lose our aaa credit rating. some analysts have concluded some kind ofdowngrade is inevitable and could hit families with mortgage payments and lower 401(k)s, other big costs. jake tapper and jon karl have been tracking it. >> reporter: last night after their prime time addresses to house speaker john boehner was overheard saying he didn't sign up to go mano a mano with the president after the president called for congress to compromise. the president spoke sternly to the american people last night blaming house republicans, especially freshmen, for holding up a debt deal. >> the only reason this balanced approach isn't on its way
to be okay. >>> a 6-year-old girl bitten by a shark is anxious to get back in the water. lucy was boogie boarding in water a foot and a half deep off north carolina's coast last week. she was attacked by a shark. it ripped into her calf and foot and tendon was torn but no major nerve damage. >> it bit my leg. it felt like stayed there. >> we love the north carolina coast. as soon as lucy is ready to go, we'll be back there. >> definitely. yeah. we can't stay away from the beach. >> her parents explained that the shark made a mistake so lucy says she will forgive the shark and doctors say that she is expected to make a full recovery. >>> congressman david wu of oregon announced his resignation today. he has been under pressure in the house to step down because of a sex scandal. the 7-term democrat is accused of making unwanted sexual advances last fall toward a fundraiser's 18-year-old daughter. in a statement released by his office, wu said he cannot serve in congress while fighting the serious allegations. >>> a burning man bummer why fans of the famous festival could be disappointed th
like dolphins better. >> they're much nicer. 6-year-old lucy mangum is okay, recovering from bite wounds to her leg. we'll talk to lucy and her parents when they come back. look at that cast. >> that is a fancy cast. the cat in the hat would like it. >> we'll be right back. this is "the early show" on cbs. >> announcer: this portion of "the early show" sponsored by at&t, rethink possible. in here, the planned combination of at&t and t-mobile would deliver our next generation mobile broadband experience to 55 million more americans, many in small towns and rural communities, giving them a new choice. we'll deliver better service, with thousands of new cell sites... for greater access to all the things you want, whenever you want them. it's the at&t network... and what's possible in here is almost impossible to say. special k protein shakes -- ♪ a truly great-tasting breakfast shake. with 10 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber, it's the creamy, delicious way to satisfy... your hunger to help you lose weight. ♪ so you can kick the tin can habit. try special k protein shakes tod
teenagers leaving the four others to care for them. a helicopter came to the rescue. >>> little lucy is back home. she was attack by a shark in a foot of water off the north carolina coast. her mom heard her screamed and saw what many saw was a black- tipped shark about 4 or 5 feet long. >> my instinct was to run over to her, to get her out of the water. >> well, that's when she saw all the blood. the shark bit lucy twice. about her mid-calf down to her he'll. lucy's mom and dad and emergency room doctor all closed the gash close as they could keeping pressure on it unhill help arrived. >> she had a lot of questions right off after it happened. she asked "am i gonna die" and i said"absolutely not." >> well lucy was globe to the hospital where doctors say she is one tough little girl. they expect she will be walking again in a couple of months. >>> okay. so 2:00 in the morning and you are flipping channels and you come across the very latest infomercial touting the new invention guaranteed to make your life a little better. >> and you stop. you watch the demonstration. but all you're thinking
the coast of north carolina earlier this month. lucy, who was boogie boarding in shallow water when the shark came up from behind her. lucy has forgiven said shark. >> she said she didn't mean to do it. what did that shark think you were? >> fish. >> because your foot kind of looks like a fish, right? >> shepard: lucy's parents say she was calm as they grabbed her from the water and ran up the beach. she was asking am i going to die? am i going to walk? s did say lucy should make a full -- doctors say lucy should make a full recovery in six to eight weeks. >> some people outside of los angeles witnessed an accident last week. motorcyclist crashing into a minivan. callers told the 911 operator that the driver of the minivan drove away and they couldn't find the biker, turns out he was in the van. police say he flew in through an open window and landed in the backseat unharpled. the driver didn't stop. he -- unharmed. the driver didn't stop. didn't know the driver was back there. the driver of the minute night van drove a short distance realized he an extra passenger and that was that
. >>> and lucky lucy, a 6-year-old girl who nearly lost her leg to a shark attack in just 18 inches of water talks about the horrific ordeal for the first time today, tuesday, july 26th, horrific ordeal for the first time today, tuesday, july 26th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning. i'm ann curry. >> i'm matt lauer. boy, it was interesting to watch these two speech necessary presn prime time. the president warned americans of impending economic crisis if congress fails to pass a comprehensive budget deal in seven days. he pointed a finger of blame directly at the republicans. >> the president described what happened in washington as, quote, partisan three-ring circus. house speaker boehner fired back saying when a deal appears within reach the president would not take yes for an answer. a live report coming up. >>> also ahead, the question, where does the case against dominique strauss-kahn go from here now that the alleged victim in this case, his accuser, has spoken out. she said she wanted to defend her side of the story, but
will be overturned. this morning, amanda's mother who just met with her daughter speaks out. >>> and lucky lucy. a 6-year-old girl who nearly lost her leg to a shark attack in just 18 inches of water talks about the horrific ordeal for the first time today, tuesday, july 26, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning. i'm ann curry. >> and i'm matt lauer. boy, it's interesting to watch these two speeches in primetime last night. the president went first and delivered a tough message at the white house. he warned americans of an impending economic crisis if congress fails to pass a comprehensive budget deal in only seven days. and, of course, he pointed the finger of blame directly at the republicans. >> they describe what's happening in washington as a partisan three-ring circus. speaker boehner fired back saying even when a deal is within reach, the president, he said, would not take yes for an answer. the latest report live from washington ahead. >>> also, where does the case against dominique strauss kan go from here now that his accuser
ever. clients who decided to buy had their paintings shipped to houses in the country. i noticed lucie hiding bags of sugar in the closet where i kept my tennis racket. to mother he repeated. don't worry, she replied, i do. i wonder if they rrmed they had a son at all. yet that month seemed to pass more slowly than others. rose's presence was fleeting. i passed by father's office as she sat by the type writer in a green sweater with a hole in the elbow. i found her in the bathroom once with a black tongue as a pen had burst when she licked it's anybody. i handed her a towel and said, just ruin the cloth. to the light in the courtyard i sang along with my new american record. there is a hungry yearning burning inside of me and i felt every word in the marrow of my bones. august said, i hate this cold porter so a played the album at a low volume and closed the window. when my curiousity about rose overwhelmed my common sense i investigated her living quarters i found her diaries and learned the secrets of her heart. searching in the spice cabinet lucie kept full of whisky i found a key.
circle. because conservative values run throughout lennon's song. lucy in the sky with diamonds was just a coded message secretly endorsing supply-side economics because sooner or later lucy's sky diamonds would trickle down. (laughter) >> and obviously when john sang i am the eggman i am the walrus goo goo g'joob, he meant tort reform? (applause) so lennon was a conservative unless he comes on to my show and debates me otherwise. if he doesn't, he is a coward. next, a wag of my finger to bbadu.com which is to the a social network for fans of erykah badu t say european social networking site with 120 million members which conducted a poll that ranked germanee as the world's least funny country. what? germannee not funny, really? they have a breakfast cheese named onerammergauer, alpe krauter deliqatesse. frustuck, kase. the funny part is by the time are you done saying it they have invaded your country. (laughter) clearly, clearly german comedy has got ena bad rap so tonight i'm going to clear the german's good name, here to tickle your funny bones, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome g
in washington all the time. it's lucy with the football. charlie brown thinks that lucy is going to hold the football for him. every time she convinces him she would hold the football for him, and every time she pulls it away at the last second. >> yeah, go ahead! >> do it! ♪ >> lucy and charlie brown and the football is such a familiar american metaphor that it turns up as a skit even in burlesque shows like this one in north carolina last year. the lucy and charlie brown football metaphor explains exactly what has been going on in washington between democrats and republicans since president obama got elected. republicans were for health reform with an individual mandate to buy insurance until democrats were for it too, and then republicans decided they were against it. hey, who moved the football? same thing on cap and trade. republicans proposed cap and trade as their own republican market-based approach to pollution, and democrats went along with that, and republicans decided their own idea was toxic. where's the football? seven republican senators co-sponsored legislation to estab
, the maingum family was enjoying their summer family vacation, when their daughter lucy almost lost her life. the incident took place alt a -- at a popular tourist spot in north carolina. she was with her parents and younger sister. then as the waves broke on shore, lucy was attacked by what witnesses say was a black, thin shark. >> i heard her scream. so i immediately turned towards her. and apt at -- at that point, saw the shark right next to her. so i immediately recognized it as a shark. so i ran over to her. and at this point, not -- it hadn't really crossed my mind that she had been bitten. i just wanted to get her and her sister out of the water. >> reporter: bleeding and in serious pain, lucy was air- lifted to a trauma center in greenville, nearly two hours away. >> she had significant lacerations to her calf, her ankle and her foot. and injury to one of the major vessels that brings blood supply to the foot and the leg. >> reporter: although rare, shark attacks do occur. so far, in 2011, 13 shark attacks have been reported in the u.s. none of them fatal. >> she's going to go throug
. >> reporter: this is 6-year-old lucy, one week ago she was in shallow waters in north carolina when disaster struck. she was floating on her boogy board in just a foot and a half of water when a shark struck from behind and bit her twice. >> i did not like what i saw, it really tore me up. >> lucy needed so many stitches, doctors lost count. seven days later, things are looking up. >> she could have certainly lost her leg with this type of injury. she was lucky. >> this shark attack is the second in the waters of north carolina in less than a month. >> according to the university of florida's shark attack file, north carolina comes in fifth in shark attacks after florida, hawaii, california and south carolina. there were 79 cases of unprovoked shark attacks in the world, there were 63 the previous year. the growth in the shark attack numbers does not necessarily mean that there's an increase in the rate of shark attacks, rather it most likely is reflective of the time spent in the sea by humans. sharks rarely go after humans and most attacks are often preventable. >> in the hours of dusk and
that the shark bit me. i forgive him. >> and lucy's parents answer ann's questions. just days after their daughter was bitten by a shark while ride a boogie board. >>> right now on "news 4 midday," authorities say a broken water heater is to blame for a carbon monoxide scare at a rockville apartment. investigators say people in one unit happened to be awake and called 911 when they started feeling dizzy and nauseous. rescuers took 11 people to the hospital. all are expected to be okay. >>> and the phones are ringing off the hook on capitol hill right now. an e-mail to house aides says calls to the house office is near capacity after a public plea from the president last night for citizens to call their representatives over the debt deal. a proposal by house speaker john boehner could come up for debate on the floor later today. >>> and right now, we're learning a number of post offices in our area could soon close. the u.s. postal service just released its list of locations that it's considering shutting down or consolidating with larger offices. from our viewing area, that list inc
? >> if you think back to the 1950s if you mention i love lucy was a big show, right? lucy and desi had to sleep in separate beds. now you turn on any network in prime time which used to be the family hour and can you see soft core porn. >> i'm not real upset about that. lucy should have given desi a break once in a while. >> i trace it back to the 1960s counter culture. you had the antiestablishment, antiwar counter culture which changed the standards. so now you have got an everincreasing low standards that have become the norm. >> bill: what do you say. >> i feel like i'm in a time warp. this is a conversation every generation has. things were a lot better. kids say i heard that when i was a kid and by parents people would complain about the way things were much better when they were a kid. every generation thinks the previous generation is better than the next generation. >> bill: so you think, let's just take music for example. the music today is the equivalent of what it was in the 60's and 70s. >> [speaking french] >> it was okay because it was in french. >> bill: all the kids we
about life changing events and 1965 new york blackout at lucie stern theater. >> paul riser joins forces for a new cd. here them at bimbo's 365. >> flying kites and family foon at annual berkeley festival. kites aren't just for kids at the berkeley marina. >> this is hilarious one woman show across india in flying yoga. >> fifth chevron festival has naltdly renowned performers at lescher center. >> and weather is going to be nice, too. >> it's going to be nice and cool at the coast. >> thank you for j (speaking in international language) and he said unto them go ye into all of the world and preach the gospel preach the gospel  ♪very creature in the world. (applause) 
-largest economy is still struggling. and as lucy craft reports, the devastation and its aftermath have revealed a country desperately in search of a new leader. >> reporter: any illusions that the march 11th catastrophe would galvanize and unite japan's politicians, that the country's leaders would put aside their squabbling and rise to the occasion, have long since vanished. for this nation of 130 million, faith in government has sunk to an all-time low, and citizens are fed up. >> disgust. and its not just government. it's what's seen as the political establishment. >> reporter: while japan's capitol hill, called nagatacho, is right in the heart of downtown tokyo, the gulf between rulers and ruled has never been more vast. >> it's a mess. it's a total mess. and behind it all, it's all about petty politics. it has nothing to do with policy. >> reporter: the political quagmire has prolonged the suffering of northeast japan, forced to bide its time waiting for funds and decisions from the all-powerful central government in tokyo. >> the repercussions are enormous. first of all, policymaking is f
a reactor north of tokyo. only japan's 54 reactors now supply electricity. lucy craft in tokyo finds old habits are changing. >> reporter: year in and year out, whatever the temperature, workers in japan have obeyed a conservative dress code. japan's former environment minister. >> taking off jackets or taking off ties must be considered as very rough or rud. >> reporter: before that was the summer before 2011, japan's worst energy crunch since the oil shortage in the early 70's. people could be headed for the beach or gulf course. most nuclear accident formal wear is out, shorts and sandals in. government sponsored e haven't like these, the message is loud and clear. when times get tough, the tough wear polo shirts. the morning commute is brutally hot says this corporate warrior. in a suit i would be dripping in sweat. from the board room to the living room, japan has gone on an energy crash diet, individuals and companies are struggling to cut their electricity use by 15%. no easy task in a country with long, hot and humid summers. energy advisors are standing out across the land and
plant, which is still emitting low-level radiation. lucy craft reports from tokyo. >> reporter: darkened offices and aloha shirts-- japan is pulling out the stops this summer to cope with a drastic power shortage triggered by the nuclear accident. >> ( translated ): we're not forcing this on people. what we're saying is, "change your lifestyle, and work habits, so that you can keep thermostats set at 80 degrees." >> reporter: while conservative japanese businessmen have been less than enthusiastic about swapping their suits for tee- shirts, shorts and sandals, companies are stepping up to the plate, shifting work schedules to off-peak hours and weekends, and minimizing energy use to meet the national goal of a 15% cut in power consumption. the threat of blackouts has hot- wired demand for a quaint old appliance-- the electric fan. from $40 asian knockoffs to futuristic bladeless fans costing as much as a computer, sales of fans overall are about twice normal and many stores can't stock enough. >> ( translated ): customers want fans with clickers that can be remote-controlled from a dista
of rescue teams. lucy williamson, bbc news, seoul, korea. >> tomorrow in london, more than 1000 british veterans who were exposed to nuclear testing in the 1950's and lost their case for damages will be hoping the supreme court will give them permission to appeal. the elderly veterans believe there ill health is due to exposure during the tests, but the ministry of defence has contested that claims since 2004. our correspondent reports. >> not until 10 seconds and could anybody in look. so intense was the man made sun that people miles away with their back turns and hands over their eyes are aware of its fantastic brilliance. >> basically, we had no protection, no warning. nothing at all. all the to do is just stand and look at the bomb, basically, all we could do is just stand. cover our eyes in case we were blinded by the flash. >> he was a 19-year-old soldier when he witnessed the nuclear tests in the pacific. by the age of 21, he was of the army and suffering constant ill health. the mod has denied a link between the exposure and and illnesses, leaving them to fight it out through t
said she forgives him because he didn't mean to do it. lucy was boogie boarding with her mom in north carolina when the shark smashed at her leg from behind her. medics rushed her to the hospital and there was a torn artery but no permanent damage. she'll be up and around in six or eight weeks. >>> coming up on the news edge, the local woman trying to bring mambo sauce to the masses. >>> lord, i want to thank you for my smoking hot wife tonight, lisa. >> it's being described by some as the best prayer ever. what this pastor has to say for himself after this video went viral. >>> but first jessie james single again. the guy best known for cheating on sandra bullock now calling it quits in l.a. with cat von d. the reason is the distance. he lives in texas with his three kids and she lives in california. the couple planned to get par -- to get married this summer. >>> big changes for mcdonald's happy meals. they'll soon come with fruit, whether you want it or not. the fast food giant is trying to make apples a standard item in december. you will still get the fries but in smaller portion
in the waters standing a few feet away from her mother. but this morning, she is back home. lucy had two shark bites but today the girl says she foregives the shark. >> she said he didn't mean to do it. what did the shark think you were? >> fish. >> a fish. because your foot looks like a fish right? >> it happens. doctors figure in a couple months she will be walking again. >>> fore feet out may -- fishy feet. you may want to dip your feet in the water today. good day to be outside in the water. temperatures in the mid-90s yesterday. it was so dry and the breeze kicking up and it felt chilly stepping out of the water. it's like stepping out of the shower. 73 in -- 73 in baltimore. 75 in easton. 64 up towards york, pa. uv index in the extreme level. and i am hearing from teachers this morning on facebook that are saying you know, most summer days are like hooky but they have to prepare for the school season in less than a month. oh, hopefully you can make the most of this. we have a clear sky this morning. storms actually southern maryland and off into the ocean we have mostly sunny skies. we a
news, seoul, korea. -- lucie williamson. >> tomorrow in london, more than 1000 british veterans who were exposed to nuclear testing in the 1950's and lost their case for damages will be hoping the supreme court will give them permission to appeal. the elderly veterans believe there ill health is due to their exposure during the tests, but the ministry of defence has contested their claims since 2004. caroline reports. >> not until 10 seconds after the blast make anyone look. so intense is this man made sun that people 10 miles away with their backs turned and hands over their eyes are aware of its fantastic brilliance. >> 5 bomb tests. basically, we had no protection, no warnings, nothing at all. all we were told to do was to stand and look at the bomb and cover our eyes up in case we got blinded by the flash. it was just unbelievable. some crunched down and started crying. >> he was a 19-year-old soldier when he witnessed nuclear tests in the pacific. by the age of 21, he was an invalid aunt suffered constant milhouse. the mod as often denied the link. this has led them to fight th
california visit when nancy reagan, lucy and elton john threw a big studio party. >> we're meeting royalty tonight. >> jennifer aniston's hands in cement. >> justin timberlake and mila kunis, did the sex scenes make
presents a new comedy fly by night about life changing events and 1965 new york blackout at lucie stern theater. >> paul riser joins forces for a new cd. here them at bimbo's 365. >> flying kites and family foon at annual berkeley festival. kites aren't just for kids at the berkeley marina. >> this is hilarious one woman show across india in flying yoga. >> fifth chevron festival has naltdly renowned performers at lescher center. >> and weather is going to be nice, too. >> it's going to be nice and cool at the coast. >> thank you for joining us. >> have a great day. ♪ ♪ ♪ free access to chase atm's wherever you are. that's a step forward. chase customers can avoid atm fees with over 16,000 nationwide. take a step forward and chase what matters.
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